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Fuse ODG Apr 16
It hurts so much that no one really gives a damn about Mozambique in innocent Africa currently drowning in water and thousands dying, hundreds of kids orphaned after the cyclone but a building in Paris on fire, NO DEATHS & everyone crying and posting ?!
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ShelterBox Apr 20
Did you know that 90% of all natural disasters are water related? The extreme flooding caused by has put thousands of families at risk across southern Africa. Watch to see how our water filters can help 💧🎥 Learn more here:
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SSAP 18m
a reminder to join us this Friday 26th from 4-7pm for our Fundraising evening. Come and your show support and solidarity by raising money to help those affected by . It will be wonderful to see you there
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Charles Onyango-Obbo 48m
Barely has southern Africa recovered from that killed more than 1,000 people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, new storm brews in southern Indian Ocean and could batter Mozambique and Tanzania.
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UN News 50m
"Ndunda de Ndunda" school in Manga, Beira, Mozambique was badly damaged during . More than 305,000 children in Mozambique are losing out on lessons at school since the devastating floods. Read more here:
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Dube TradePort 20m
The United States Defense Attaché Office recently commended Dube TradePort’s team for their exceptional cargo handling and commitment to loading all U.S. Air Force aircraft during humanitarian relief operations following Cyclone Idai, in Mozambique
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Majo Joseph 31m
Happy to work with in supporting victims of in Dombe
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noku 1h
why am i so hurt that never ever mentioned anything about ? maybe i missed it?
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Oxfam International 5h
update - With our local partners, we have reached over 50,000 people in Mozambique with clean water, emergency supplies, public health activities, and hygiene promotion volunteers like Julia to help stop the spread of cholera.
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VSO Mozambique 1h
It will take several months for this agricultural land in Sussundenga district to recover from the effects of . The inhabitants need food support now like never before. on the ground with to offer aid.
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UNICEF Apr 11
“We are here, present and committed, day and night.” Albertina and her team are on the ground in Mozambique, working tirelessly to help the 1.5m children affected by with shelter, clean water and access to health.
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UNICEF Apr 13
Luca is bringing urgent aid to families and children who need it most in Mozambique after the worst natural disaster to hit southern Africa in two decades.
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Majo Joseph 29m
We did it, just got to Javera village to deliver food aid and agriculture inputs for victims of
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IFRC Africa Apr 18
Meet Mucata. He is at the frontline of the response in , following . volunteers are fanning out in communities with prevention messages, helping treat mild cases and referring others to hospital.
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HCR 25m
Shipment of hand-crank solar sets on their way to Beira to support communities recovering from . Radio will be a lifeline in the post emergency phase, especially for healing
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OCHA Southern & Eastern Africa Apr 16
One month after hit , 188 aid organizations are responding to the needs of 1.85 million people: 1.1 million of them have already recieved food & 907,000 water support. See more achievements here:
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Apr 11
“Before the cyclone, my life was hard. Now it’s just gotten worse” Deborah is a refugee who fled to Zimbabwe to escape conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, only to lose everything in
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U.S. Dept of Defense Apr 13
“Whatever it takes” Watch as air transportation specialists assigned to , known by their preferred title of ‘Port Dawgs,’ build pallets of humanitarian aid for delivery to people in Mozambique 🇲🇿 affected by tropical .
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Carolyn Miles Apr 21
A month after wreaked havoc across , impacted children are showing signs of severe psychological stress, including nightmares & anxiety:
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Sweden in Zimbabwe 🇸🇪 3h
🇸🇪🇺🇳 FOOD ASSISTANCE TO CYCLONE AFFECTED Sweden 🇸🇪 contributes additional 4 Million SEK to ’s response in . Funding will help provide food assistance to the most vulnerable
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